Sinead O'Connor isn't stopping in her crusade to get Miley Cyrus to apologize to her for allegedly poked fun at people with mental illnesses. She's now written a fourth letter to the "Wrecking Ball" singer, saying that she has no desire to feud with her, but only wants her to acknowledge the hurt she's caused with her words.
Just to recap, after Miley said in an interview that Sinead's video for her hit "Nothing Compares 2 U" inspired her video for "Wrecking Ball," Sinead wrote her an open letter, advising her not to let the music business turn her into a "prostitute." Miley responded on Twitter by mocking Sinead and Amanda Bynes for being mentally ill, which caused Sinead to fire off another open letter threatening to sue and demanding an apology. When Miley wrote on Twitter that Sinead should let her know when she wanted to get together and talk, Sinead wrote yet another letter, repeating her threats and demands.
Now, in her extremly lengthy new letter, Sinead writes, "
Sinead continues. "I have no interest in the ‘feud’ which media want. There is no ‘feud’ as far as I am concerned. What there is however is a lot of very serious harm caused to myself and my children and probably to Amanda, and DEFINITELY to silent sufferers of your own age who may look up to you. It’s really about dignity Miley...I’m not ‘feuding’ or fighting with you. But I am asking that you restore dignity to myself and Amanda and all sufferers...to leave people you have hurt so badly with no apology is unacceptable."
The Irish singer then finishes by telling Miley to "do the right thing," and, dramatically, adds, "